The Pamir Botanical Gardens are located in Khorog, Tajikistan. At an elevation of between 2,100 and 3,500 m above sea level, Pamir Botanical Gardens are the highest botanical gardens in the world.

The gardens were established in 1940 to test the survival rate of various plants in mountain climate conditions. More than 30,000 varieties of plants have been checked according to official statistics, which now cover around 4,000 types of garden collection. Located close to Khorog, the botanic garden of Pamir opens up a great panoramic view of the entire city.

The Pamir Botanical Gardens are popular tourist destination in Tajikistan. This is a great place to learn about the plant life of the Pamir Mountains and to enjoy the beautiful scenery. There are hiking trails in the gardens that offer stunning views of the surrounding mountains.

There is also a small museum in the gardens that exhibits information about the plants and the history of the garden. The best time to visit is during the summer months (June-August) when the weather is warm and sunny.

According to the Internet